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Voter turnout in the United States, 1788-2009

Curtis Gans

Voter turnout in the United States, 1788-2009

by Curtis Gans

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Published by CQ Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Voting,
  • Statistics,
  • Elections,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCurtis Gans ; with Matthew Mulling
    ContributionsMulling, Matthew
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK1967 .G36 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 881 p. :
    Number of Pages881
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25056426M
    ISBN 101604265957
    ISBN 109781604265958
    LC Control Number2011378891
    OCLC/WorldCa462906714

    This article analyzes voter identification laws in the United States and their effects on voter turnout. Theoretically, there are plausible reasons to hypothesize turnout lowering effects, though there are also reasons to hypothesize those effects might be minimal. Methodologically, there are research design hurdles to clear in order to produce effect estimates that may be attributed to voter. Book/Ebook Resources Voter turnout in the United States Voter turnout in the United States is the only product on the market that provides comprehensive turnout statistics for presidential, congressional, and state gubernatorial general and primary races in the U.S. since the s.

      In her new book, Melanie Jean Springer, UC Santa Cruz assistant professor of politics, examines voter turnout in the United States, one of the lowest in any developed democracy, and reform efforts to improve it. A report analyzing turnout in the United States presidential election, had SDR states averaging at a turnout of 71%, well above the average voter turn-out rate of 59% for non-SDR states. According to official turnout data report in the edition of America Goes to the Polls, [71] voter turnout in EDR states has averaged 10–

    One of the reasons voter turnout is lower in the United States than in Western European countries is that U.S. registration laws place a greater burden on the individual The adoption of voter identification cards by several states.   Low voter turnout in the United States has confounded politicians, activists and academics seeking to reverse a trend that puts the country .


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Voter turnout in the United States, 1788-2009 by Curtis Gans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Voter Turnout in the United States, 1st Edition by Curtis Gans (Author)Cited by: 4. Find out how voter turnout has turned the tide of countless elections and thereby American history, from the White House to your local district Based on meticulous research on participation in U.S.

elections dating back tothis important new work provides comprehensive turnout statistics for general and primary elections for presidential. Voter turnout in the United States, [Curtis Gans; Matthew Mulling] -- Based on meticulous research on participation in U.S.

elections dating back to the late s, this book provides comprehensive turnout statistics for primary and general elections for presidential.

The book’s expansive view of the presidency allows readers to recognize major themes across administrations, and reach overall conclusions about the nature of the institution and its future. (ed.)Voter turnout in the united statesCQ Press, Washington, DC, viewed 7 Augustdoi: / Gans, Curtis.

Voter Turnout in the United States by Curtis Gans,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Curtis Voter turnout in the United States. Get this from a library. Voter turnout in the United States [Curtis Gans; Matthew Mulling; CQ Press.] -- Voter turnout in the United States is the only product on the market that provides comprehensive turnout statistics for presidential, congressional, and.

The book’s expansive view of the presidency allows readers to recognize major themes across administrations, and reach overall conclusions about the nature of the institution and its future.

"Chapter 9. " In Voter Turnout in the United Statesedited by Curtis Gans. Washington, DC: CQ Press, doi:   Voter turnout in the United States, Winner Description: by Curtis Gans with Matthew Mulling.

CQ Press, Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): Voter turnout in the United States, ISBN of the winning item. The book’s expansive view of the presidency allows readers to recognize major themes across administrations, and reach overall conclusions about the nature of the institution and its future.

"Chapter 8. " In Voter Turnout in the United Statesedited by Curtis Gans. Washington, DC: CQ Press, doi: The book’s expansive view of the presidency allows readers to recognize major themes across administrations, and reach overall conclusions about the nature of the institution and its future.

Chapter In Voter Turnout in the United States (pp. Washington, DC: CQ Press doi: /n Gans. Voter Turnout in the United States Summary. Contents. Looking beyond the individual office holders to the office itself, Vital Statistics on the Presidency covers George Washington’s tenure through the the presidencies of the early 21st century.

Turnout data presented in year periods. Voter turnout by party affiliation. State level data. Voter turnout—the percentage of eligible citizens who cast ballots in a given election— offers insight into the health of American democracy at any given moment in time or over a span of years. Voter turnout in the United States, / Curtis Gans ; with Matthew Mulling.

Format Book Published Based on meticulous research on participation in U.S. elections dating back to the late s, this book provides comprehensive turnout statistics for primary and general elections for presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial.

) One of the reasons voter turnout is lower in the United States than in Western European countries is that A. Americans pay less attention to politics. U.S. registration laws place a greater burden on the individual. the U.S. population is not as well educated.

Europeans must pay a huge fine if they fail to vote. Independent Voter Network, "Voter turnout in the United States: How low can you go?" June 4, ; March Washington Post, "The states with the highest and lowest turnout inin 2 charts," Ma ; Studies and analysis.

University of California Santa Cruz, "New book examines states' influence on national voter turnout," May The historical trends in voter turnout in the United States presidential elections have been determined by the gradual expansion of voting rights from the initial restriction to male property owners aged twenty-one or older in the early years of the country's independence, to all citizens aged eighteen or older in the mid-twentieth century.

Voter turnout in United States presidential elections. Voter Turnout in the United States, – Comprehensive turnout statistics for general and primary elections for presidential, congressional, and state gubernatorial races.

Extensive tables provide state level figures (including partisan turnout). Non-Profit VOTE Report on Turnout in the Election A report on voter turnout in the election, written in collaboration with Non-Profit VOTE, explains the factors that drove turnout among the states.

PostedAM by Michael McDonald. 'Holbein and Hillygus have written a once-in-a-generation book. If you care about boosting youth voter turnout - and you should - then read Making Young Voters. It provides scholars with a compelling new way of thinking about the challenges of voting.

It provides policymakers with specific ways to increase young people's s: 1. Voter turnout in the United States January The book’s expansive view of the presidency allows readers to recognize major themes across administrations, and reach overall.

Voter Turnout in the United States, Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, LC Call Number: JKG36 [Catalog Record] Note: Voter turnout statistics for general and primary elections for presidential, congressional, and state gubernatorial races from to Rusk, Jerrold G.

The % VAP turnout in puts the U.S. behind most of its peers in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), most of whose members are highly developed, democratic states.

Looking at the most recent nationwide election in each OECD nation, the U.S. placed 26th out of 32 (current VAP estimates weren’t available for.Those who argue that a healthy democracy needs high voter turnout will look at the voting-age population or voting-eligible population as proof that the United States has a problem.

Those who believe only informed and active citizens should vote point to the registered voter turnout numbers instead.